To create a golf course is not an easy thing – it takes the creativity of an architect, the skill of a builder and the passion of a golf enthusiast in order to produce a high-class playing field. One man who encompasses all of these factors is Pete Dye, who’s work on the Casa de Campos golf resort, situated on the Dominican Republic coastline, is quite simply a work of art.
The three Dye-designed courses are not only picturesque, but also tough. To aid you in your quest to conquer the course is the legendary Jim McLean golf school, overseen by master instructor Eric Lillibridge. The resort itself unfolds over seven thousand acres of rolling hills, nestled alongside the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. Lush by nature and newly redesigned to be more luxurious than ever, this paradise is a premier island retreat.